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Would you prefer a glue-down parquet floor? No problem! Collections with a click system can be installed either floating or glued. Lamett collections with tongue and groove must be glued in place. Have you decided on under-floor heating? If so, go for a bonded installation anyway, so that your heating system provides optimum performance.
Gluing your parquet is more of a job for handymen, but it does have some advantages. For example, your underfloor heating works more efficiently. Your floor will also sound fuller and much quieter. You can also deliver a sleeker result, because all types of profiles can be replaced with very discreet silicone joints to fit quasi seamlessly with window frames, sills and other floor types.
However, gluing your parquet is not a licence to go ‘all the way’. You still must give the planks space. You do this by transferring the existing expansion joints in the screed and installing additional joints if the installation involves a width longer than 8 metres.
With Lamett Power Glue, you can glue both multi-layer and solid parquet. With solid parquet, you do have to limit yourself to thicknesses of 14 mm and a maximum width of 150 mm.
Our glue is a single-component glue that lets you get started immediately. It is suitable for underfloor heating, easy to comb out and hardens quickly. Moreover, it is free of solvents, phthalates, isocyanates and unpleasant odours. We can also offer you a suitable glue comb.
Our experts are ready to help you with free advice. Don’t hesitate to contact Pieter and his colleagues by email or telephone.